Thursday, September 26, 2013

May Arts and Faber Castell Week


This week, the May Arts Ribbonistas are hopping with Faber Castell - and have so many great projects to share with you!  Be sure to stop by the May Arts Blog to see the goodies that the Ribbon Lady will be giving away for this hop (a wonderful selection of May Arts Ribbons and Faber Castell products!)


Since I used quite a few mixed media techniques for my Halloween card, I thought it would be easier to share a video with you, rather than having such a long blog post! I hope you enjoy it and will try some of the techniques out yourself.


May Arts Ribbons

Faber Castell

Partners in Crafts Supplies

Other Suppies:
Hampton Art Stamps:  Artsy Edges, Happy Hauntings
3D Metallic Stamp Paint
Heartfelt Creations Vintage Florets dies
Various Mists
Dusty Attic Chipboard
Clearsnap Fairy Dust Glitter
Black Tag
WorldWin Cardstock
Jenni Bowlin Pin
Embossing Powder
Dries Clear Glue
Heat Gun
Fiskars Fuse Die Cut Machine

Be sure to stop by the rest of the teams' posts and leave a little love along the way.  In case you missed anyone, here is the lineup for the week.


 
Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday
Thursday
Friday

26 comments:

TracyM #6773 said...

LOVE your card Gini and after watching your video tutorial, I LOVE each and every element even more - WOW - lots of new techniques for me to try!!!
THANK YOU for sharing your wonderful inspiration :)

Auntie Em said...

Your card is gorgeous and is pretty enough to hang on a wall! Great easy to follow and understand video. Your flower is amazing.
Thank you so much for sharing all these great techniques! :)

Mary Mac said...

Tutorial was great, Thanks for showing a beautiful Halloween card. Love all the texture.

Patti Senter said...

I loved your video for this card. So many tips and tricks you were kind enough to share. I really like how your rolled the flower petals in the paper towel and used gesso to change the color of the leaf. Wonderful! TFS. Whomever receives this Halloween card is going to be one happy camper!

marylouh said...

thanks for the video. Great card. It is "dark" for Halloween but sweet and pretty. thanks for sharing.

Kathy said...

Oh my goodness...what a great card, and loved loved LOVED your video! I learned so many new techniques from you! Thanks so much for the awesome ideas!

Emily H said...

Great card! Thanks for the tutorial!

Janis said...

Love how your deeply-colored crinkled ribbon and flower remind me of crunchy fall leaves all crinkly on the ground!
<3 J

Karon said...

WOW - fabulous card - love the distressing and how you used the gelatos! TFS

Pam said...

Gorgeous Card ! Love it !

cghundley said...

Truly a wonderful
looking card. Love
all the embellishments
and textures done on it.
Carla from Utah

Carol McCready said...

Love your card & video.

Martie Rollin said...

This was a really great tutorial...good voice description of what you were doing. I can make this card, too! Many thanks!

famillemarleau said...

You made a very beautiful card. I enjoyed very much watching your tutorial. It's a great tip to roll the flower in the paper towell to shape it. Thanks for sharing, Johanne L.

Iris said...

This is beautiful. love the image you used and the flowers.
isoscia@aol.com

Emily Daniels said...

This is so pretty- I thought it was a canvas until you said differently!!

NWFlamingo said...

Now isn't this sweet!

Miriam Prantner said...

Wonderful piece! Love the color on the ribbon/flower!

Lura said...

wow i think you put the most time and thought into your design. one of the very best! xox

DogsMom said...

Wow - your talent and imagination/creativity is amazing!
Thank you for the video.

Jeanette Wilde said...

Gorgeous! Love!

Judy said...

I love Halloween and your card is so awesome. Thanks for the video and the great ideas.

Suman Pandit said...

really a wonderful card!!

Jan Castle said...

Wonderful combo of techniques for your project! TFS how you made it!!!

Sue said...

Love the card and love the video. Thanks - most helpful.

Linda said...

Wonderful video! Love the card too!